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Welcome to Regal Reel, the movie blog where you can learn about all things movie entertainment. Discover a variety of movie related content including exclusive interviews, behind the scenes, top actors, new movies, movie trivia and much more.

 

Josh O’Connor tells us which scene in the drama, romance Hope Gap was the most difficult to shoot and which was his favorite, in addition to talking about his character and what it was like starring opposite Annette Bening and Bill Nighy.


If you’re a book lover, you probably already know her name, but you may be surprised just how many movies have either been adapted from or inspired by this literary legend’s work. Join us as we count down the top 5 Jane Austen movie adaptations.


Will Ferrell stars opposite Julia Louis-Dreyfus in their first ever on-screen pairing in the biting comedy-drama Downhill. Read what the two comedy legends have to say about this distinctly American take on Swedish writer-director Ruben Östlund’s original story, Force Majeure (2014).


The Vietnam War has served as the backdrop for many movies, including two Oscar® winners for Best Picture—The Deer Hunter (1978) and Platoon (1986). We’ve listed seven images from some of the most successful and influential Vietnam War movies ever made. Can you guess which movie each image was taken from?


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The nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards® were announced yesterday, including five movies in the newly titled International Feature Film category, known as Foreign Language Film prior to 2020. France's nominee, Les Misérables, opens at select Regal locations this week.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight The Song of Names.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Clemency and Invisible Life.


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Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight 1917 and Just Mercy.


Tags : cinema art, drama, war

Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight A Hidden Life and Cunningham.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Bombshell and Uncut Gems.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Mickey and the Bear.


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Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Dark Waters.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Waves.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight American DharmaHoney Boy, and The Warrior Queen of Jhansi.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Cyrano, My Love.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Frankie and Harriet.
 


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight IMAX: Kanye West's, Jesus is King and Night Marchers.
 


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Gift, Jim Allison: Breakthrough, and Parasite.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight High Strung Free Dance, Pain and Glory, and The Battle of Jangsari.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Blink of an Eye, First Love, Lucy in the Sky, and Roger Waters: Us + Them.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Judy and Nothing to Lose 2.


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Promare and Tokyo Ghoul 'S.'


Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Freaks, Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice, and Rapid Response.


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Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Before You Know It, Just a Stranger, and Official Secrets.


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Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Bennett's War, Brittany Runs a Marathon, Don't Let Go, Killerman, Ne Zha, and [email protected] Caen.


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